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HI,

I am in the process of setting up my new Exchange 2007 enviornment.  It will take a few weeks for the full user migration of users rom E2K3 to E2K7.  I have setup my connectors and if I am reading the various forums correctly, I need to create a GAL sync.  This is where I get lost.  I found MS articles that give details about a E2k7 to E2K7 GAL Sync, but I cant seem to find a good "EASY" article on how to set this up for 2k3 > 2k7.

Please point me in the right direction.

Thanks
David
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you only need to use gal sync if you are migrating to a new ad forest/exchange organization
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Thanks for the reply.  Sorry, I forgot to add this.  The new E2K7 is in a new forest.  Will the link you provided still be sufficient?
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yes, it's a decent step by step guide
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Thanks for the quick responses.
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